Everybody needs a little rescuing – and that’s especially true if you’re an orphaned six-year-old who’s been kidnapped by a real monster of a woman and forced underground to look for a giant pirate diamond. But not to fear: Bianca, Bernard, and the Rescue Aid Society are here! This week the Dummies follow our plucky little mice heroes as they fearlessly confront one of Disney’s baddest villains and her crocodile cronies in The Rescuers!

They say life’s a jungle, and in The Jungle Book, that’s literally true. Best pals Baloo and Bagheera are along for the ride as the Disney Dummies accompany our main not-quite-a-man Mowgli across swinging vines and down roaring rivers, all while dodging the clutches of the evil Shere Khan.

If you’re looking for something sword-forward, we’re sorry to say that The Sword in the Stone, weirdly, might not be for you. But if you’re hoping to spend some time learning about magic and goodness and maybe, just maybe, making a few friends along the way, then Merlin, Wart, and the Dummies invite you along for a wild ride!

There’s nothing like a good old fairytale to get the Dummies out of a rut, and Cinderella and company are here to save the day. We’re talking wicked stepsisters, glass slippers, and animal friends here to save the day as we take on one of Disney’s greatest classics.

They’re called The Three Caballeros, but are they really gentlemen? And are there really three of them? Only one way to find out! This week we’re extending our stay in Latin America with Donald, José, and of course, Panchito. (Spoiler: yes, there are three of them.)

Maybe he’s your favourite flying elephant, or maybe he’s the only flying elephant you know. Either way, Dumbo has got a lot to talk about – from those ears, to that pink elephant fever dream, to the racist stereotypes you probably don’t remember from childhood. Listen in as we dissect the high highs and low lows of this little elephant’s big adventure.

Remember that one where Mickey wore the wizard hat, and there were dinosaurs, but also fairies and mermaids, and then a hippo did ballet and also Satan made an appearance? No, that wasn’t a trip, that was Fantasia. Follow us as we try to decipher everything from the film’s abstract sound and imagery to Cupid’s missing butthole (Spoiler: the centaurs have something to do with it).